American student Claire Pothier tells of her experiences in Europe while doing an internship with Fly-By-Night Press. … More A Sampling of Europe: First Time in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, and Luxembourg
We brought our new American intern, Claire, with us to Bruges, Belgium last Saturday. The weather was beautiful, and Bruges, a vibrant and bustling city, was at her finest. Corona conditions have limited the number of tourists, so the streets were busy but not overly crowded. Claire was able to see some really old houses, … More First Trip to Bruges, Belgium: A Step Back in Time
Marten (with an “e’) shares his fresh cross-cultural insights after his three-week road trip from Chicago to Seattle and how it felt different from travelling in Europe,.. and what things he wishes he could have brought home with him to Holland.
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Do you have a favorite motto, phrase or mantra that keeps you positive or motivated? Maybe it’s something from a favorite book, or a quote from someone you admire. I have many of these: ‘Stay calm and carry on,’ ‘when the going gets tough, the tough get going,’ and of course, ‘when life gives you … More Luctor et Emergo
You gotta Love it to Write it! … More “You gotta Love it to Write it!”
(A)nd there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters; And the name of the star is called Wormwood… … More Chancing it at Chernobyl
Come explore the old Dutch city of Delft with us to learn how the city and its children have changed the course of history, and with it, the world! … More 5 Ways Delft Has Changed the World.
Read the exciting finale (3 of 3) in our quest to find the seventeenth century Karren family farm on the Isle of Man. … More The Three Sons of Man: Part 3 – The Search for Ballacarran
Part 2 of 3 of a three generation family history research trip to find the first known Karren family farm on the Isle of Man. … More The Three Sons of Man: Part 2- Clues from Cregneash
In 1901 my great-grandparents immigrated to the United States from Denmark. One hundred years later I immigrated from the USA to Europe and found again what they left behind. … More Finding Myself Again in Denmark